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This crossbow bolts quiver was made after a German template the 12th century. It is used to carry and store the crossbow bolts. The quiver is made from a single piece of 1.5-3,0 mm thick ground cow leather. It manifests a self-supportive feature and keeps its original shape. The quiver's capacity is circa 20 bolts, depending on the type of bolts. A decorative extension made from a wild fur is sewn onto the quiver's upper edge with a leather string. Wide loops enable a safe fastening the quiver to your belt.
This Crossbow bolts quiver is made according to the lenght of your crossbow bolts. We recommend that the produced quiver is by approx. one inch shorter than the bolt's total length. Please choose the requested depth of the quiver when making the order. This crossbow bolts quiver with wild fur is besides the colour shown in the picture also available in other colours: see the drop-down-choice of colours above.
Please note: This product is made by hand from genuine leather. This is a purely natural material. Minor differences in the colour and surface texture are its natural characteristics. These small imperfections do not decrease the value of the product. Each piece is to some extent an original.
The production of chain mail armor requires a lot of human handiwork. We were affected by an important fact that also changed the rules in many other industries. The labor costs of European workers far exceed the labor costs in Asia, even if you take into account the transport costs from Asia! For this simple reason, in the EU there are no workshops that manufacture chain mail armor professionally - and we are working with professionals only! Hobby-producers, who occasionally work in their garages, do not fit into our business concept. We are very sorry; we cannot make for you any mail armor made-to-your measure. Some re-enactors found a solution for this situation: they buy our imported standard-sized mail shirts (sometimes oversize or several pieces), unravel them and make tailor-made mail shirts, legs and other armor parts by themselves.